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#1 adma20 Apr 14, 2010 11:51 AM

new Double Horse s-9098 heli
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Has anyone flow this thing yet?
It looks sleek!

#2 Redbaron25 Apr 14, 2010 12:10 PM

Doesn't Syma make the Double Horse range? Should be good if it's by them. Looks beautiful.

One going on Ebay here;


#3 adma20 Apr 14, 2010 12:34 PM

yeah, there are many offers on ebay for this one. $30 shipped, only question is how does it perform because it looks beautiful.

#4 Z24 Apr 14, 2010 04:27 PM

Looks like a small version of this guy...
9053 3 Channel Outdoor Volitation Metal Helicopter w/ Built in Gyro (1 min 27 sec)

The Syma Double Horse 9053

#5 Sparky Paul May 19, 2010 02:14 PM

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It's a good indoor (only) heli.
Light enough (like the Blade mSR) to not break much with reasonable care as to what it hits.
The control system is just a bit different.
Right and left spinning is common, and must be controlled by inputting the opposite direction control, which will point the nose in some direction.
The heli will then go in that direction, or back up.
It can't fly sideways.
But I find these fun to fly.

#6 adma20 May 19, 2010 05:04 PM

the gyro takes care of the unwanted yaw.
so no direction correction necessary.

#7 kodak_jack May 25, 2010 03:33 AM


Originally Posted by adma20 (Post 14853817)
yeah, there are many offers on ebay for this one. $30 shipped, only question is how does it perform because it looks beautiful.

I didn't read it that way. SHIPPING is $30, on top of what the bid ends up being. I think this would be a really nice heli if it was put on a copier and enlarged about 3 or 4 times.:D

#8 killbucket May 28, 2010 08:11 AM

That would pretty much be an S031 Syma.

I do like the canopy on this thing, tho. This is a VERY good-looking copter! I'm intrigued by the statement that trimming is not needed. To be fair, my S107's and Firebirds for the most part are already this tight, I don't recall adjusting much while flying them.

#9 tymbrewolf Aug 02, 2010 01:13 PM

Any body flying these now???

#10 Z24 Aug 04, 2010 07:59 PM

I'm curious about this one also.

#11 adma20 Aug 09, 2010 05:46 PM

i might get one soon. i like the way it looks... hopefully, the performance is up to par.

#12 bostomper Aug 10, 2010 09:24 PM

ordered one--should be here end of week--will give a review after I fly it.

#13 flybo Aug 12, 2010 01:43 PM

i bought one from xheli. they had a special for $19.99 + s&h, and i used a coupon for 10% off, so total price was $30 shipped (i noticed as soon as i placed the order they took off the special =P). it flies really well, i would imagine if anyone owns a s107 it will fly just like that. here is a video i made of it

i am trying to get rid of the blinking led lights though, i find they are really distracting if youre trying to fly in the dark, or in general for that matter. im thinking of modifying the blinky lights so they give off one color - red and green on each side like nav lights. but i have no idea how =( so if there are any electrical engineers in here willing to help out id be much obliged. ill put a picture of the pcb up when i get home today.

by the way new to the forum, great place!

edit: oh yeah, i got a total flight time of 7:35 (this includes crashing twice) on a full charge

edit edit: here's the pcb. im thinking the 4 black things next to the led controls the flashing. maybe i can replace the little black things or just take them out? if the flashing cant be stopped im just gonna take out the leds


#14 tymbrewolf Aug 12, 2010 11:19 PM

When I posted if anyone was flying it was because of the special. When I looked again, gone it was... :(

#15 rr9434 Aug 16, 2010 10:08 AM

9098 Who is the Creator
I have seen this listed as the double horse 9098 and the Syma 9098. Is it actually made by Syma? I have also seen it with two different controllers?
Anyone have the scoop? thanks

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